Live: Celebrate Chinese New Year in Cantonese style

As China's third-largest city, Guangzhou boasts some of the world's tallest buildings, Pearl River scenery and luxury shopping malls. The city, the heartland of south China's Lingnan Culture, is a popular site for the Chinese New Year, retaining south China's unique folk customs. Among lots of entertainment, the Spring Festival flower market, lantern fairs and bustling temple fairs with costume performances, and lion dances are the main highlights of the festivities. Guangzhou is also the birthplace of Cantonese cuisine, one of China's eight main cuisines. Join CGTN for a feast for the eyes and taste buds in Guangzhou. 

The Lunar New Year is the biggest holiday in China. The customs celebrating the New Year vary greatly from place to place. From February 16 to 26, our livestream series "All about Chinese New Year" explores 10 different cities in China to showcase the rich diversity of Chinese culture during the Lunar New Year holiday.

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